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Mice

Fall is here and mice may be coming to visit. The deer mouse is one of the most common rodent species found throughout most of the United States . They are 4” – 9” long, are reddish-brown in color with a white chest, white feet, and a bi-colored tail: brown on top and white on … Continue reading

Pest control with home products

I recently posted that you can control most pests with stuff you have at home rather than pesticides. I will elaborate a little more on each one, so you can try them out.  For cockroaches, put out some pie pans full of beer around your house where cockroaches hang out. They will go in the … Continue reading

Winter pests

I think it is going to be a warmer than usual this winter in the whole world. I am no meteorologist so I may be wrong, but if it is warmer, more bugs will be active, and more pesticides will be used. Usually I keep track of all the pest questions I get in the … Continue reading

Pesticide pollution

There are a lot of things going wrong in the world. Global warming, plastics and many others. One issue that we need to deal with is the misuse of pesticides. Pesticides are weapons of mass destruction and should almost never be used. The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act prohibits pesticide manufacturers from stating that … Continue reading

Insect control

  For insect control You can kill any bug in your house with a mixture of water (40%), alcohol (40%) and dish soap (20%). No need to ever use pesticides inside your home or business. If you have a specific pest, here are some recommendations Cockroaches (beer and duct tape) Ants (Terro Bait works for … Continue reading

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